Sri Lankan authorities have arrested a Saudi-educated scholar for what they claim are links with Zahran Hashim, the suspected ringleader of the Easter Sunday bombings, throwing a spotlight on the rising influence of Salafi-Wahhabi Islam on the island’s Muslims.
Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison officially launched his party’s election campaign on Sunday, less than a week before the May 18 vote that opinion polls have consistently indicated he will lose.
Jessica Andrade won the UFC women’s strawweight title with an impressive knockout of Rose Namajunas in the main event of UFC 237.
An anticlimactic main event and a stunning KO in the co-main event are the biggest stories coming out of Bellator 221.
Washington is preparing new tariffs after alleging that Beijing “reneged”
Whether or not it’s a debate worth having, the “Kevin Durant or Stephen Curry” question constantly comes up.
Ambivalence over Brexit may be the only thing stopping it from being the party of progressive reform
Our landscape is changing and this spring the pace is accelerating. It’s there in the mounting public recognition that the challenges society confronts are common to us all – from climate change to the growth of food banks – and so must require a common response marshalling common resources.
It feels as if we’re at an inflection point, whether in the degree of support for Extinction Rebellion, the cross-party concern to promote social mobility or the growing acceptance that gender should be non-binary.
The derided state is emerging as an essential partner in co-creating a value-creating capitalism
A smarter capitalism needs new forms of ownership to complement the private limited company
Lithuanians started voting in a tightly contested presidential election on Sunday to replace outgoing Dalia Grybauskaite, the Baltic nation’s “Iron Lady” who was one of the European Union’s most outspoken critics of Russia.
The lawsuit named leadership of a global health institute and the Dean of the Icahn School of Medicine in New York City.